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robbery... to a chase down the streets of milwaukee. how it all ended straight ahead. plus - a record breaking number of milwaukeeans... already done voting ahead of election day. how many have turned out at voting centers... good morning and welcome to wakeup! settles over our area today and them moves slowly to our east creating a nice sw breeze bringing in warmer air. highs today will get to near 60 again today and we continue to warm through the weekend with highs in the mid 60s both saturday and sunday. we stay mild on monday but slowly lose our perfectly sunny conditions. by monday night, we might see a few showers. we dry up again by early tuesday morning and we should have a nice election day. today: sunny. high: 60 wind: sw 5-10 mph tonight: clear. low: 44 wind: w 3-7 mph
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map = some delays green on traffic map = no delays new from overnight - police are investigating after a man was shot walking into his home. it happened near 88th and capitol just before 11 last night. that's when police say someone shot at him several times -- hitting him once. a friend took the victim to the hospital. police are still searching for a suspect. also new overnight... an armed robbery leads police on chase. police say they saw a suspects after an armed robbery near 10th and center street around 7-45 last night. officers tried to pull the suspect over, but they sped off. police chased after them... the suspect then stopped and ran out of the car. officers caught the suspect near 10th and cleveland and the person was taken into custody. massive numbers of voters are headed to the polls early...to vote early ...in tuesday;s election. milwaukee beat its own early-voting record... set back in 2012. deandra corinthios is live downtown to break down the
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is said and done...it will be a 27 percent increase. the most recent update from the election commission showed 38 thousand absentee votes cast. two thousand more than in 2012. that was wednesday! and votes are still coming in. city officials estimate that number is likely to reach close to 50- thousand. that translates to roughly one in five voters citywide. as long as you're registered-- early. if you're not-- you have to get it done by friday night-- or wait until election day. and new this year --there are three locations the zeidler building downtown, midtown center and the forest home library. milwaukee mayor tom barrett says the higher totals....are due to expanded voting hours -- and more places to early vote. one of this year's new locations has been the busiest "interestingly, the north side location probably has about 47 percent of the early votes cast
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percent and the remainder here downtown, so the northside location has by far been the most popular." early voting runs today from 830 am to 7 pm...and tomorrow if you're already registered ... from noon to five. we have information about all three locations...at fox6 now dot com. reporting live in milwaukee deandra corinthios fox6 news. m before election day. vice president joe biden will be stumping for democratic presidential nominee hillary clinton today in madison. and republican presidential nominee donald trump will be back in wisconsin this weekend. his staff confirms he'll make a stop in west allis on sunday. fox 6 has you covered on election night. we will bring you expert analysis, results and reaction throughout the night on november 8th. four dead... and two others hurt
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those killed... and one of the injured... all worked at a milwaukee accounting firm. kim has the latest in the newsroom. in an emotional statement, a spokeswoman for ritz-holman c-p-a says the victims were coming home from a recruiting and spokeswoman for ritz-holman c-p-a says the victims were coming home from a recruiting and networking event at u-w la crosse for accounting students. kim radtke, clenton hall, and katey pasqualini were all senior staff accountants at ritz-holman...and died in the crash. brian falk, a supervisor at the firm, received serious injuries and is undergoing emergency r the wrong way on i-94 near deerfield and hit the accountants car... and one other vehicle. "we're humans too -- and when you see this kind of damage and carnage out there, it's very difficult to process. i know that my people out there that were working last night, they're professional. they're going to take care of this job." the driver of the s-u-v is listed in critical condition. the lone occupant of the other vehicle, a man from northbrook illinois, also died. officials say alcohol is believed to have played a
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happening today - the milwaukee police officer who shot and killed sylville smith... is set to be arraigned on separate sexual assault charges. that's not the only big development surrounding officer dominique heaggan brown. angelica has more in studio. the fire and police commission upheld police chief ed flynn's decision to fire dominique haeggan-brown last night. police say it's the result of an internal investigation of accusations made against heaggan- brown. the officer had been on paid leave since the august shooting of sl running from police before raising his gun toward officers. heaggan-brown was then arrested on sexual assault charges less than two weeks ago. he allegedly assaulted a man at his apartment after the two were drinking at a bar while watching coverage of the violent protests. his arraignment is set for 8-30 this morning. straight ahead - the state department... now releasing a new batch of hillary clinton's emails. what they say about wikileaks... coming up. plus - hackers target a local charitable foundation. how it's all tied into the election...
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what greases the gears in washington? money. and ron johnson fits right in. six years ago, johnson took a shady $10 million corporate payout, went to washington, then voted to protect $21 billion in tax breaks for the world's biggest oil companies. $21 billion. a wisconsin senator, protecting tax breaks for oil companies. that's ron johnson. that's washington. and he fits right in. end citizens united is responsible
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over 80,000 wisconsin jobs lost to unfair trade. but senator johnson sided with corporate interests, calling for even more unfair trade, voting for special tax breaks for corporations shipping jobs overseas, costing taxpayers billions. and johnson's been exposed for using what looks like an offshore tax shelter for himself. senate majority pac is responsible
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rob's weather you are watching the fox 6 wakeup news. high pressure settles over our area today and them moves slowly to our east creating a nice sw breeze bringing in warmer air. highs today will get to near 60 again today and we continue to warm through the in the mid 60s both saturday and sunday. we stay mild on monday but slowly lose our perfectly sunny conditions. by monday night, we might see a few showers. we dry up again by early tuesday morning and we should have a nice election day. today: sunny. high: 60 wind: sw 5-10 mph tonight: clear. low: 44 wind: w 3-7 mph developing this morning - a milwaukee charitable
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leanings... now the victim of a hack. the hackers are accused of creating documents... claiming the bradley foundation gave millions to the clinton campaign. i-t experts tell fox6 news this type of hacking is actually fairly common. in a statement to fox 6 news, bradley foundation officials say they are working with the fbi to investigate the hack and with security experts to prevent future security breaches. the foundation's website was down for much of the day. meanwhile... the state department releases its latest batch of emails from the f-b-i's investigation into private email server. nearly 13-hundred pages were released under court order... including a series of largely redacted emails from 2010... discussing the release from wikileaks of more than 250-thousand diplomatic cables. some of those cables featured harsh critiques of foreign leaders. 350 more pages are expected to be released today. at a north carolina rally... donald trump sounded off on the new wave of emails... and accused clinton of committing perjury... while the democratic nominee called the focus on her emails "noise and
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push to tuesday... straight ahead. also coming up - a look at how much business "china lights" has brought to the boerner botanical gardens. i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. donald trump: i could stand in the middle of 5th avenue and shoot somebody and i wouldn't lose any voters, okay? and you can tell them to go f--- themselves! you know, you could see there was blood coming out of her eyes, blood coming out of her wherever... you gotta see this guy. know what i said, ahh. "i don't remember."
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russ: as i've traveled to all 72 counties, i've heard from a lot of people. including seniors, concerned that ron johnson is going to turn medicare into a voucher program. senior: don't let it happen russ. russ: i've heard from families in need of good paying jobs. blue collar guy: ron johnson's trade deals help other countries, not us. russ: the bottom line -
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and, russ, i think you need a bigger van. russ: i'm russ feingold
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rob's does quick weather you are watching the fox 6 wakeup news. high pressure settles over our area today and them moves slowly to our east creating a nice sw breeze bringing in warmer air. highs today will get to near 60 again today and we continue to warm through the weekend with highs in the mid 60s both saturday and sunday. we stay mild on monday but slowly lose our perfectly sunny conditions. by monday night, we might see a few showers. we dry up again by early tuesday morning today: sunny. high: 60 wind: sw 5-10 mph tonight: clear. low: 44 wind: w 3-7 mph traffic check red on traffic map = major delays yellow on traffic map = some delays green on
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there are just four days left until you decide who our next president will be. now... a series of new polls... show the race is tightening in some big swing states. kim has the latest in studio. a new c-n-n poll shows the race is now within 5 points in the critical battlegrounds of arizona... florida... nevada and pennsylvania. the last poll in mid-october came right after the lewd audio tapes were leaked. this most recent poll now comes in the midst of the fbi's investigation. with just a few days left to win over undecided voters... both candidates are ramping up their attacks on one another. clinton... calling trump dark and divisive. "if donald trump were to win this election we would have a commander in chief that is out of his depth and dangerous. or heaven forbid able to start a real war instead of just a twitter war." "you think hillary is going to restore honesty to government? i
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west allis on sunday... while vice president joe biden will be campaigning for clinton today in madison. anchors chat/toss to rob anchors chat/toss to rob rob's weather high pressure settles over our area today and them moves slowly to our east creating a nice sw breeze bringing in warmer air. highs today will get to near 60 again today and we continue to warm through the weekend with highs sunday. we stay mild on monday but slowly lose our perfectly sunny conditions. by monday night, we might see a few showers. we dry up again by early tuesday morning and we should have a nice election day. today: sunny. high: 60 wind: sw 5-10 mph tonight: clear. low: 44 wind: w 3-7 mph highs today will get to near 60 again today and we continue to warm through the weekend with highs in the mid 60s both saturday and sunday. we stay mild on monday but slowly lose our perfectly sunny conditions. by monday night, we might see a few showers. we dry up again by early tuesday morning and we should have a nice election day.
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wind: sw 5-10 mph tonight: clear. low: 44 wind: w 3-7 mph tonight: clear. low: 44 wind: w 3-7 mph high: 60 wind: sw 5-10 mph tonight: clear. low: 44 wind: w 3-7 mph election day. today: sunny. high: 60 wind: sw 5-10 mph tonight: clear. low:
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boerner botanical gardens says its china lights exhibit has been a massive sucess. more than 60-thousand people visited the event within the first three weeks it was open. it ends on sunday. china lights celebrates asian culture and features 40 larger- than-life, brilliantly lit, sculptural lantern displays. today through sn 6- thousand visitors will receive free mobile guides..and starting tomorrow...event-goers will get a free fortune cookie. for more details on the display - just go to fox 6 now dot com. china lights will return next year. coming up - who knew an emoji of a piece of fruit could get people so filed up? we're talking about apple and its peaches... next. plus- world series fever continues... as cubs fans count down the hours... till the team's first celebration - in 108 years. we'll have continuing coverage all morning long on
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over 80,000 wisconsin jobs lost to unfair trade. but senator johnson sided with corporate interests, calling for even more unfair trade, voting for special tax breaks for corporations shipping jobs overseas, costing taxpayers billions. and johnson's been exposed for using what looks like an offshore tax shelter for himself.
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slugger unveils commemorative chicago cubs world series bats. several different kinds of bats are available for purchase. they range from mini-bats that go for 12-99 ...to full-size, sequentially- numbered bats that sell for 139-99. louisville slugger says they expect to sell about 50-thousand full-size souvenir bats. louisville slugger has been making world series bats since the first championship was held back in
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emojies... and people are pretty riled up over one particular update: the new peach. for years, the old peach was known to many as the peach "butt" -- because of its apparent resemblance to a person's backside. but the new peach looks less like a rear end and more like... well... a peach. disappointed fans of the old school "peach butt" took to social media... some ridiculing apple for making the change... others, demanding a return to the old look. straight ahead - as more campaign stops are scheduled ahead of tuesday... will they help make a difference? the early voting numbers in wisconsin - straight ahead. plus - she was fatally shot while sitting on a porch in milwaukee. now her family offering a big cash incentive
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wakeup news. doesn't want to be here? who doesn't want to be here? this is our time! this is our time" jessob / vonow at 6:30 - the cubs championship doesn't kick off for another 5 hours - but fans are already pouring into grant park... ahead of a rally fans have been waiting years to have. plus - the clock is ticking down for anyone planning on voting early. how many people have already cast their ballots - coming up.
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rob's weather high pressure settles over our area today and them moves slowly to our east creating a nice sw breeze bringing in warmer air. highs today will get to near 60 again today and we continue to warm through the weekend with highs in the mid 60s both saturday and sunday. we stay mild on monday but slowly lose our perfectly sunny conditions. by monday night, we might see a few showers. we dry up again by early tuesday morning and we should have a nice election day. today: sunny. high: 60 wind: sw 5-10 mph tonight: clear. low: 44 wind: w 3-7 mph wind: w 3-7 mph traffic check red on traffic map = major delays yellow on traffic map = some delays green on
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it's early-voting record set back in 2012... more than 38-thousand in-person absentee votes have been cast. at least two thousand more than in 2012. deandra corinthios is live downtown with what city officials are expecting for tuesday's election tom barrett expects the total to be somewhere around 50 thousand. saturday is the last day to early vote in the city. mayor barrett credits expanded voting hours -- and more places to early vote. there are three locations this year. the zeidler building downtown, midtown center and the forest home library. that's because earlier this year a federal judge struck down
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a federal judge struck down certain voting restrictions. city officials estimate one in five milwaukeeans will vote early... on wednesday milwaukee surpassed it's 2012 record with 38 thousand in person absentee ballots cast. in 2012...36 thousand 500 in person absentee ballots were cast. "we will probably come close to about 50 thousand voters is my guess that is just a guess right now but we are seeing a very very strong increase, we are estimating right now we are going to see percent increase over 2012" polls open at 7 am on election day...which is tuesday. you will need a photo id to vote. coming up at six...we'll tell explain which out of the city's three early voting locations..has seen the most voters come through reporting live in
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one of two caledonia parents... accused of abusing their infant is due in court today. the baby had fractures on his skull... and bleeding on his brain... but the parents say they didn't do anything wrong. nicole has more details in the newsroom. gest jest wangsness wongs-nuss and krystal hall face charges of abuse and neglect. wangsness has an initial appearance this afternoon. investigators say hall took the one- month old to a racine hospital but the injuries were so serious... the infant required tret when the parents were questioned by police--they denied abuse. wangsness wongs-nuss said he sometimes played rough with the infant and learned parenting skills from youtube videos.a neighbor says he's waiting to hear the whole story. 32:17 it could've been an accident. i'm not going to judge. the baby was previously treated at a hospital after his tongue began bleeding. the parents says that was due to an accident with a syringe. we are
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not life threatening. new this morning - community members gather to honor a fallen deputy. deputy dan glaze was gunned down saturday night... as he was investigating a report of a suspicious vehicle in a field. a sea of candles lit the night sky in rusk county last night in his memory. those who worked with glaze called him a hard worker... who was full of passion. police say the 43-year-old suspected of fatally shooting glaze... has an extensive criminal record. a milwaukee woman is now offering 50- thousan for information leading to an arrest in her daughter's shooting death. 25-year-old ebony taylor was shot and killed the night of july 13th, while sitting on a porch near 33rd and hadley. her killer, or killers, have not been caught. taylor's foster mother, kim zulkowski, tells fox 6, she hopes a considerable cash incentive could convince someone to come forward... to find the people responsible for taylor's death. there, really, is not a price that you could put on ebonys life, but it is, absolutely,
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have to help bring justice. anyone with information is asked to contact milwaukee police. sweeping changes... now being proposed by the superintendent of m-p-s. angelica has the very latest in studio. doctor darienne driver presented the ideas to the school board they include the creation of a uniform policy and also starting the school year in august. she also floated the idea of having extra training sessions for teachers in failing schools as well as creating an office of black and latino student achievement. alan borsuk bor-sick has covered m-p-s for 20 years and now follows public education as a senior fellow at marquette.he says the proposals are meant to get the states attention ahead of the upcoming spring session... some of the republican legislators have already said everythings on the table when
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perceived as confronting their problems. m-p-s says driver was not available to answer any questions thursday. the president of the teachers union said in a statement that educators, parents, and students should also be included in the conversation going forward. thousands of families in the milwaukee area... will now be able to say they have one essential it's all thanks to the salvation army coats for kids campaign. distributions are taking place this week. the coats are donated by members of the community...includin g fox6...and given to families in need at the salvation army's warehouse on milwaukee's northwest side. there are more than six thousand coats to choose from. the event is free and open to the public. " they sprout...one minute she was a size 12 now she is into a 2 t so it gets to be struggle, i have four so it can be a struggle to keep up with all of this" "we certainly dont want anyone to go without that is the role of the salvation army to provide for those who are in needvothe distribution runs from 9 am to 3 pm today... and 9 to noon on
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located at 5880 north 60th street. the warehouse is located at 5880 north 60th street. did you ever think this would be on the cover of sports illustrated? after the cubs finally broke a 108 year championship drought... s-i's declaring "chicago has a new greatest of all time." the cubs won in a thrilling 10th inning... during game 7 of the world series. the world series m-v-p... ben zobrist... became an even bigger star to his city yesterday... spending several hours outside his home... signing autographs and talking to fans. "it wasn't planned, i just came out and was holding the baby and just started talking to the neighbors - nats - next thing you know, there's people asking for autographs - nats - we just won the world series, of course i'm gonna sign your autographs." "it's crazy because i've never met a celebrity before." kim / vothis is zobrist's second
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series win in a row ... the first was with the kansas city royals last season. a parade and rally will take place this morning. the team will leave from wrigley field around 10 a-m...with the parade set to officially get underway at 11. they'll travel along michigan avenue and eventually make their way over to hutchinson i that's where a rally will be held at noon. it is free and open to the public. and speaking of that parade... coming up - the last minute scramble to get everything ready. plus - as polls tighten in the race for the white house - where the candidates are hoping to make every last vote count - coming up. and pipeline protests.... forcing a governor to evacuate his home. details from across america coming up. ....our weather expert rob
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russ: as i've traveled to all 72 counties, i've heard from a lot of people. including seniors, concerned that ron johnson is going to turn medicare into a voucher program. senior: don't let it happen russ.
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help other countries, not us. russ: the bottom line - people want an economy that delivers for them. man: we just need a fair shake, and, russ, i think you need a bigger van. russ: i'm russ feingold and i approve this message. vo: in times of crisis america depends on steady leadership. donald trump: "knock the crap out of them, would you? seriously..."vo: clear thinking... donald trump: "i know more about isis than the generals do, believe me." vo: and calm judgment. donald trump: "and you can tell them to go fu_k themselves." vo: because all it takes is one wrong move. donald trump audio only: "i would bomb the sh_t out of
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you are watching the fox 6 wakeup news. rob's weather high pressure settles over our area today our east creating a nice sw breeze bringing in warmer air. highs today will get to near 60 again today and we continue to warm through the weekend with highs in the mid 60s both saturday and sunday. we stay mild on monday but slowly lose our perfectly sunny conditions. by monday night, we might see a few showers. we dry up again by early tuesday morning and we should have a nice election day. today: sunny. high: 60 wind: sw 5-10 mph tonight: clear. low: 44 wind: w 3-7 mph traffic check red on traffic map = major delays yellow on traffic
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it's gonna be a long hot summer, we should be together with your feet up on the dashboard now. singing along with the radio such a beautiful sound." is returning to milwaukee... and performing at the bmo harris bradley center. brett eldgredge and maren morris are also performing on urban's ripcord world tour. tonight's concert kicks off at 7:30 - tickets are still available. also happening today - the milwaukee salvation army is kicking off its red kettle campaign. the campaign will begin with its annual
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organization hopes to raise 4 million dollars this year across the country. the salvation army provides food for the hungry... among other social service programs. developing this morning - protests over the dakota access pipeline spill onto state capitol grounds... ... and a woman missing since august has been found alive. angelica has those stories and more from across america. police in south carolina say kayla brown was found chained inside a metal on property near woodruff. brown told police she was locked in the 30 by 15 container for two months. her boyfriend, who was also reported missing around the same time brown disappeared, has yet to be located. officials arrested the property owner - a registered sex-offender - at the scene. investigators are sweeping the property for other potential victims... and have already found several weapons. brown told police she suspects at least four others may have been harmed. the criminal trial for a former
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charged with murdering an african american during a traffic stop - is now underway. on day 1 of the trial... a man riding with walter scott... testified that after they were pulled over... scott gave officer michael slager his license and stepped out of the car... before slager said to get back in. he did... but then fled while slager was checking on the information. fulton said he heard gunshots shortly after... as slager fired eight times at scott from behind. cell phone video shows that shooting - but slager's attorneys say there what was filmed - including a fight over the officer's taser. if convicted, slager faces 30 years to life. north dakota's state capitol goes on lockdown... as pipeline protesters conduct a "sit-in." 14 people were arrested inside. protesters also gathered outside the governor's mansion in bismarck. the protests were peaceful, but law enforcement moved the governor and his wife to another location just in case. four people were arrested there as well. opponents of the pipeline say it
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lands. the pipeline is supposed to move domestic crude oil through four states once completed. just days before the election-- donald trump is coming back to wisconsin. his staff confirms he'll make a stop in west allis on sunday. vo trump was in florida and north carolina campaigning yesterday. his wife melania delivered a rare campaign speech of her own ... in the battleground state of pennsylvania. hillary clinton also campaigned in north carolina yesterday. she's trying to encourage early voting-- particularly among black v today... she's getting some help from vice president joe biden here in wisconsin. he's scheduled to campaign in madison this morning. remember - fox6 is the station to watch on election night. we will bring you expert analysis, results and reaction throughout the night on tuesday. anchors chat and toss to rob rob's weather high pressure settles over our area today and them moves slowly
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in warmer air. highs today will get to near 60 again today and we continue to warm through the weekend with highs in the mid 60s both saturday and sunday. we stay mild on monday but slowly lose our perfectly sunny conditions. by monday night, we might see a few showers. morning and we should have a nice election day. today: sunny. high: 60 wind: sw 5-10 mph tonight: clear. low: 44 wind: w 3-7 mph today: sunny. high: 60 wind: sw 5-10 mph tonight: clear. low: 44 wind: w 3-7 mph today: sunny. high: 60 wind: sw 5-10 mph tonight: clear. low: 44 wind: w 3-7 mph wind: sw 5-10 mph tonight: clear. low: 44 wind: w 3-7 mph wind: sw 5-10 mph tonight: clear. low: 44 wind: w
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= major delays yellow on traffic map = some delays green on traffic map = no delays green on traffic map = no delays a parade that cubs fans have been waiting 108 years for... is happening
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been waiting 108 years for... is happening this morning! the parade was originally set for monday - but the cubs asked to move it up to today. it all kicks off at 10 a-m... with a parade beginning at wrigley field... and then traveling along michigan avenue and then columbus drive to reach grant park. that's where a rally is set to take place around noon. with such a short amount of time between game 7 and the parade... crews are scrambling to get grant park ready. to put it all in perspective - two million people came out for the parade... and roughly the same number turned out for the white sox world series celebration in 2005. but since cubs fans have waited such a long time... who knows how many people are traveling from across the country to be there. the city of chicago recommends fans use public transportation to see the parade. meanwhile... many cubs fans have wondered - what would it be like if
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if harry caray called the final out of game 7 of the world series? longtime cubs' sponsor budweiser... worked with harry's estate to make that moment a reality... using his actual voice... with footage from wednesday night. "the pitch. bouncing ball. there's a throw. he is out! cubs win! cubs win! the cubs are the champions! the cubs are the champions!" they did it. the impossible is possible. hear the legend call one last game." meanwhile... harry's grandson... josh... is now opening up - about how he thinks that moment would have gone. take a listen. "what would your grandfather have said? holy cow! that's the first thing he would have said finally. then he would have taken off his hat and gone down to wrigley and had a budweiser - about 12 of
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broadcaster from 1982 until his death in 1998. coming up - a triple threat on broadway... film... and t-v... nearly role. the legend-wait-for-it-dary transformation you have to see! plus - what does the cast of hamilton have in common with stars like kelly clarkson... jimmy fallon... and usher? the big announcement - coming up next at wakeup. plus... meet your future forecaster: "so now lots of rain is in michigan here the red and orange makes it look really bad but here in wisconsin it's all clear so you can have a really nice clear
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"not throwing away my shot. hey yo, i'm young scrappy and hungry and i'm not throwing away
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if you're ham for hamilton... great news - a new mixtape is on the way... featuring songs from the musical... sung by popular musicians. lin manuel miranda unveiled the official trak list yesterday - artists include usher... alicia keys... jimmy fallon and the roots... kelly clarkson... and john legend. the album is expected to be released next month. pre-order starts today. meanwhile... fans of the hit book series "a series of unfortunate events" netflix's adaptation this morning. the story follows three siblings who are sent to live with an evil relative... after their parents die in a mysterious fire. take a listen: "he's a thief and a murderer who's so far escaped capture. villain. wretch. he's horrible - awful. music. you haven't the faintest idea."
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yes - that's neil patrick harris as "count olaf." music. you haven't the faintest idea." yes - that's neil patrick harris as "count olaf." the show begins streaming in january. and turning to the silver screen... as we get a closer look at an iconic female superhero's past. this is the first look at wonder woman - since this summer's comic-con: "whoever you are, you're in more danger than you think. i cannot stand by while innocent lives are diana prince - or wonder woman.chris pine also stars in the film... along with robin wright... david thewlis... and danny huston. the film will be released in
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hillary clinton: "if donald trump were to win this election, we would have a commander in chief who is completely out of his depth and whose ideas are incredibly dangerous, donald trump: "see what i have is a winning temperament. i have a winni hillary is an unstable person." now at seven --- it's down to the last few days... and the presidential candidates waging a battle on multiple fronts. ahead just how many people are casting their ballots early here in milwaukee. "it is definitely a real threat. its becoming a business" and-- hackers target a milwaukee non- profit. in a fox 6 exclusive... what the cyber crooks were going after. good morning and welcome back to

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